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Which Browsers Are Important For Your Cross Browser Testing?

Did you know? Every website on the internet communicates in a unique manner with every browser. A browser interprets web elements in a separate manner as compared to other browser and renders the website accordingly. This means the look and feel of a website are not only dependent on the front-end development team but also on the browsers being used ...

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17 Key Benefits Of Automation Testing For A Successful Release

With the increasing pace of technology, it becomes challenging for companies to manage the quality of their web applications. Due to the limited time window in agile development and cost factors, testing often misses out the attention it deserves. Lack of proper testing leads to the bad quality product, delayed delivery, unsatisfied custom service and increase in costs. The reason ...

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Load Testing of a Microservice. Kubernetes way

Let’s assume there is a microservice represented by a composition of containers running on a K8s cluster somewhere in a cloud, e.g.Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE). At some point we want to quickly stress test a specific microservice component or the entire microservice. So we want to know how it works under the load, how it handles many subsequent requests coming ...

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AI in Testing: The third wave of automation

The evolution of agile methodology enforced the enterprises to innovate and deliver at lightning speed. While delivery cycle time is decreasing, the technical complexity required to deliver positive user experience and maintain a competitive edge is increasing—as is the rate at which we need to introduce compelling innovations. To meet the continuous integration and delivery needs, we have turned to ...

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Bug Severity vs Priority In Testing With Examples

As a software tester, you’re performing website testing, but in between your software is crashed! Do you know what happened? It’s a bug! A Bug made your software slow or crash. A Bug is the synonym of defect or an error or a glitch. During my experience in the IT industry, I have often noticed the ambiguity that lies between ...

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Introduction to Test Doubles

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When you are writing unit test you are faced with many kinds of collaborators and they all have very specific behaviours, knowing which test double you have to use in the right time can make your life easier. Dummy The first one is the Dummy Object, it’s the simplest one, a Dummy is just an object that you pass to ...

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How Are Robotics Going to Change the Field of Automated Testing?

It’s quite staggering to think about just how much testing needs to be done across the world on a daily basis. It’s a natural consequence of the overwhelming pace of technological development, born of unprecedented scale and complexity — just consider how sophisticated the average smartphone is relative to a comparable item of just a decade ago, and how hard ...

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All You Need To Know About Automation Testing Life Cycle

Nowadays, project managers and developers face the challenge of building applications with minimal resources and within an ever-shrinking schedule. No matter the developers have to do more with less, it is the responsibility of organizations to test the application adequately, quickly and thoroughly. Organizations are, therefore, moving to automation testing to accomplish this goal efficiently. When it comes to automation ...

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Microservices for Java Developers: Security Testing and Scanning

1. Introduction This part of the tutorial, which is dedicated to the security testing, is going to wrap up the discussions around testing strategies proven to be invaluable in the world of software development (microservices included). Although the security aspects in the software projects become more and more important every single day, it is astonishing to consider how many companies ...

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